The Start--Coney Island.
Children driving a goat-pulled carriage at Coney Island.
The Bronx Zoo.
A goat eating at the Bronx Zoo.
A denizen of the Bend, in a compromising position.
Silver Plume, Colorado.
A collage of three photographs: two group portraits of miners, and a portrait of Mr. Young and Mr. Stevenson...
[Goats in their stable.]
Three goats in a brick pen.
Gordon Meade Gibbs and Goat. Van Glahn Cottage, North Asbury Park, N.J. July 14th, 1899 [Frederick Seymour Gibbs, New York, 1900. Vol. I.]
A Ride With the Dutchess [Adams' Yellow Kid Chewing Gum.]
By permission of New York Journal.
Harlem Lane [Gansevoort Street to Irving Place]
Harlem Lane from Central Park to Manhattanville | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
[Man talking to Al Smith and his wife while they look at a llama and goats.]
Photograph by London News Agency Photos Ltd.
[Typical American Farm exhibit at the Firestone building, New York World's Fair.]
[Goats on a farm.]
[Iron furnace in Carmansville.]
[Goat drinking baby's bottle in front of Finnegan's corner grocery.]
Cor. Mott & Hester Streets, New York [Album No. II.]
Goat Carriage in Central Park
Vossnack & Co. Publishers, 43 Chatham St. N.Y.
[...] H. Holmgren, Pub. No. 14 Ann St. New York.
The Last Harlem Goat
Pub. by Chas. Friedgen, New York City. Made in Germany.
Published by Vossnack & Thran 75 Chatham St. New York Copyright Secured.
Christopher House, Willowbrook Rd. Staten Island, Oct. 23, 1949.
["Milk and Honey" theater still.]
["Mister Roberts" theater still.]